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 Posted: Fri Dec 10th, 2010 10:08 pm
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Perry wrote: henryparrot wrote: .....Did you womble the chain from the wifes Jewelry box?

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With the exception of her engagement and wedding rings, my wife doesn't wear jewellery or make-up. She is a natural beauty who needs no artificial adornment. Therefore she has no need of jewellery box and I miss out on a source of modelling materials!!!!! :cool wink:pedal



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Perry, you are that well known contradiction in Engineering hand-tool terms....namely a smooth bar-steward!  :mutley.

A very convincing result indeed, and achieved  sooo economically. Just think, if you made two you could save yourself twice as much, deffo in the finest Barchester tradition, Cap'n Bob will be proud of you.:pathead

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dooferdog wrotePerry, you are that well known contradiction in Engineering hand-tool terms....namely a smooth bar-steward!  :mutley.

A very convincing result indeed, and achieved  sooo economically. Just think, if you made two you could save yourself twice as much, deffo in the finest Barchester tradition, Cap'n Bob will be proud of you.:pathead

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Smooth bar-steward, eh? You are such a flatterer, Doug! :lol::lol:

I hope Cap'n Bob feels I'm keeping up with Barchester tradition. It would be, as far as I'm concerned, the ultimate accolade. :thumbs

The only thing I would say about this build to any beginners reading this: NEVER THROW ANYTHING AWAY. It's surprising what use you can make of scraps.

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Now i think Perry's SWMBO was looking over his shoulder when he wrote what he did, :mutley

A very good build Perry and i would sooner have yours than the kit one you buy.

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Cheers, Phill. :thumbs

I prefer scratchbuilding to making up a kit simply because the result is unique and, better still, far less expensive!

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That is excellent. Well done Perry!

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